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Grateful Dead Live at The Warehouse on 1970-02-01

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Grateful Dead Live at The Warehouse on 1970-02-01


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Beat It On Down The Line, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Black Peter, Cumberland Blues, Good Lovin', Me And My Uncle, Cold Rain And Snow, High Time, Dire Wolf, Cryptical Envelopement-> Drums-> The Other One-> Turn On Your Love Light


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue The Warehouse
Location New Orleans, LA

Source Soundboard (Full Show)
Lineage SBD > MSR > C > DAT > CD > EAC > shntool > mkwACT > SHN
Transferred by Seth Kaplan

Notes

Known flaws:

BIODTL through I Know you Rider: right channel mix is all Bobby with Jerry and the vocals on the left channel. Mix balances out in Black Peter.

Good Lovin cuts just before the end.

Splice in the Other One @ 03:39 prior to the end. Doesn't sound like much is missing here.

Brief subsecond static towards the last few minutes of Lovelight.

Bust fund benefit with Peter Green and Fleetwood Mac.
Peter Green plays on Lovelight.

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Reviewer: BurningSkies - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 1, 2013
Subject: Historic show.
Also, one might note that the mix returns to normal not during Black Peter, but during the last A Capella vocal portion of I Know You Rider, and you can hear the mix shift on the fly and the whole band come in with Phil being way more present.
Reviewer: jgmf - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 1, 2013
Subject: FM guys
I thought I heard a non-Jerry, non-Bob guitarist before Lovelight, somewhere during the TIFTOO sequence.
Reviewer: njpg - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 1, 2012
Subject: Another great one.
'70 Dead is hard to beat.
Reviewer: Pangolin22 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 2, 2011
Subject: If you like Bobby, have I got a show for you!
In all seriousness, although he's high in the mix, you can definitely hear everything decently. Either it evened out or my ears adjusted.

I was doing a 'this day in Dead history' when I stumbled on this show. There are actually only 2 shows from 02/01 on the archive (78 being the other).

This is definitely a good listen although by no means the best show of the year. Besides the Lovelight, there are no epic jams here. Strong China->Rider, Black Peter and a beautiful High Time. Great sound on Jerry's guitar at the end of Cold Rain. The Drums is a bit long-winded. The massive Lovelight that closes the show has some amazing guitar workouts. Overall this show's a bit ragged but a great listen.
Reviewer: SilentBell - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 19, 2010
Subject: Historic Show
A benefit to defray legal expenses coming 2 days after the bust in New Orleans. Bob is way too high in the mix for the first few songs, but after “Bear’s solo” the mix and the sound become quite good. The show begins with the boys debating the number of beats for Beat it on Down the Line, and they settle on 18. The highlight is The Other One -> Lovelight to close the show. The Other One has a cut so we miss the first verse, and they segue into Lovelight without the 2nd verse or the Cryptical reprise. This pairing might not be quite at the level they rose to 12 days later, but the Lovelight is long (39 min) and has great jamming with Peter Green.
Reviewer: asterisk - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 9, 2005
Subject: jamming with the mac
according to the book 'a long strange trip', members of fleetwood mac joined the dead during 'lovelight'. apparently, mick fleetwood was wearing an 'out of order' sign around his neck.
Reviewer: dirty jev-o - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 29, 2004
Subject: ok
Bobby pretty much dominates the right channel....but phil isn't too low, and jerry is very audible to me {especially on china cat} the drums are low, and are usually mixed louder-----hmm interesting aural presentation bobby!! slice it bobby!!!
Reviewer: phleshy - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 10, 2004
Subject: Busted down on Bourbon Street.
This show is, of course, the bust benefit for the previous day's shenanigans. The band certainly plays with conviction (no pun intended), though it's difficult to really tell with such an uneven mix on this SBD.

Bob Weir is mixed far too high on this recording, so much that the drums are inaudible and Jerry & Phil barely audible. Every single note and chord he plays is perfectly clear, as well as every mistake he makes. Of course, this show is highly recommended for fans of Weir's playing, or those that felt he is overshadowed by Jerry & Phil.
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